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White nationalists, counterprotesters clash at University of Virginia

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Description: Members of the so-called alt-right demonstrated on the UVA campus before police broke up the march, calling it an unlawful assembly.
Duration: 2 minutes and 13 seconds
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Published: August 12, 2017
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